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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Tin: LETHBKIDGE DAILY HERALD Monday. May 22. 1911, LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Published by the .Lethbridge Heraid Publishing Co.. Ltd.. every lawful evening at its office. Sixth street. Lethbridge. Alberta, Can, W, A. BUCHANAN Managing Director and Editor. PHONE: Editorial. News 1224 PHONE: Advertising Circulation and Job Depts. DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 rear, delte-ere-d....... i 1 year, by mail....... 6 moarhs, 12.00 c HV wail .5175 R Tn-rW. bj 1 month, delivered...-----35c S months, AdOresses changed'as otteii as desired.-but both new aad old ad- icesses be ci.vea. WEEKL.V, HERALD N Published in eisbt or aad a saannary of the week, local and district. h S months, in adx-ixoce. .._.50a 1 year in advance 6 months, ifc 'Cross' Bnpk Jv SOD Co.. JacteH Alexandra .HoteV Drug Store W. Hamilton. Pincher D. L. McCrea. Bros. Drax Book Co. Fertile, B. BeaL i.Y FOR .SALE AT CranbrboK, B. Atcliison. L, Reluecke. Ghussy Tugnara. D'Arc's Drug'Store, Vancodvir, B. C, World Wide'--News Co. Bro-wa St- Also on ail C. P. R. Trains. :i sjunU'ss unvn. The1 decision of the school board to i'Uild a school lor Uto Hardu'viltr peo- i Wirii (he (roes out in nml (lie I'k1 ai once wise. Tin- van system ilawusjiud boulevards a t'ino col- hfts not; proved very satisfactory for lor. Leilibridse has pur on iis party, and the diildivti of that and is one ot the prt-ttU'si towns.village be jdvpn ihe best pos- jii! the The Dominion jiis picii.se. and ausuvm; I of Opposition, by st the for ilie C; inns; be built in educauoiial' lias tliat us v v Over ten thousand people iu Hreat Britain have over a. your. It would be iutercsiius to know How many of Uiom to set Uieir incomes. f. A. .M. P.. lias decided! liJiU U. L. Borden him more than I j the country does to have him ui ihcj Coroiutioa. li. is 10 see. however.' Mr. on the re- ;ciprociiy issue is jiainj; to ht'lj) liis leader fiain inl'luencc ami presume in the West. i cliairniau of the Dry] 'Fnrminir Congress coinmittee of ihpj The. ittdiau do welt to insist -Board of Trade, did stood work when thai Indian children unend sehool. The ?ct an of ihe support of older Indians may nor ;he neces- 'Calvary lor ihe Congress at. Loth- sity Jor an elhu-u'ion. Inn ;iie elMkiivn iu Tne people of tbat wJlJ bless tlie in later years.wty iluir the Congress wuen they enjoy ;ue betie.t'ieial a ihiaj: for al: Alberta, the of education. 'cuy of Calvary included. Olhers sentation of ;he contour of I tlie city and the country con U thereto. A Few Real Snaps 18 Lots in Blocks it nml Alexander Addiiioji; each, 1-3 cash, 50 x conior Dul'fc.riyi and AVilij.-nu. facing east, sylcudkl building silo. Prices and terms OH application. 4-0 acres irniraied i fact of laud, four jiiiles from centre of town. 12 acres under cnhivalioiu nearly all and.all ditches for irri.ii-jitiii.ii'. Kull water .riixlit. A snap at per acre. -SJSOO-cfisIi. mtudles. balance i) years. per cent, interest. .This short time only. f 5H x 125 on Block 146. store, building, frame house and barn. Cheap at Reasonable rerius. i Freeman Box 679 acLeod Co. Phone 1212 Achinc for a Dentist !_-ike Pilot.) There Lethbridfie or The Medicine Hat Helps Medicine llai Tin'os.i Aiberia, Eoveriuncnt Juvs nota dentist nearer than T-he dona'Jol. of ten il dollars towards the expense Hat, Surely a good opening in thai profession here. Obstruction of. Grain Act 10 A t-k every pubiicuv Reflects Credit y Lake Pilot.'! of the Lethbri-jge Her number has been received.- >imiXG that-the apporaunem of z Graia Commission, as anything; that will be of any reflect? prear credit on die Herald ie-.v Grain West- Tbe Western staff, should help res- ided under the ne'-1 'bers of the Farming Congress for Uil2, it come co Alberta, as il :.s fal- e.-vpei-ied be the1 case. LetV .bridge is" making a s.'rons bid for t'.e securing 01 tue exposition year, and, if properly the of the province. and by Ida. should be in land- 'ing it. What that, will laear. to Aibena. j to Southern especially, would- bo pretty hard tc figure 'out. Rut it] will rneau something preuy bij: L'roni a! public-it v stand-joinr. sometJiins: that ihe Conservative party in tie aemy me WL Tiie Herald has issued :i L-oula hardly be in any other wax- obstructed ihe bill.'and would not Exchanges, although these publicity number of a highly will brinsjlhe settler to! low it to pass before the adjournment.! have had ample time to consider j creditable character. the home or The of the' They put up the pretext that they had; the measure and pass their opinion! The cms are ?ood rjle r-.-nte.nps to Wjn show him "the laud and; not time 10 consider it. although rheion it. -It looks like a deliberate poinr. and the Jaforaiation fiim-sij- irs product together and the result! has. been before the Senate for iterant to- double-cross Liie Western reljable. The industries of several weeks. It seerus to be the jcoal. lunrher' and- farming, etc.. be a good thiag for trie comiuisiiion would -m advertising and South; good thins, biu the Eastern roeai-ic.rT, Aiiiprrn farmers, aud would be the means of not thjern A1Der a' _____. remedying some of the disadvantages! bill providing for ;he commission roj What the Future under which the farmers are The Vfesrern members-press-j iFeniie Ledger.! in the House led tor delay-at the instance of Tiie Lei.hbridge Herald has issued highly Tell Company Borden's National Policy s not a J. who has one form of it will be interesting, after the tour; for the city and another over, to compare Mr. Borden's; the country, one honeyed phrase those made by one section and another for a different; Hugh_eSi Ames> Crothers. Sproule. Do-! section. He has never said one thing: v TV and some of Ins other front-, and done another. Air. Boraen i stands before the people simply as.benchers, whom fce is afraid TO bring; the exponent of a national policy, -with him for fear they will make; gracing the interests of-the count awkward breaks. The party, ofj from Atlantic to the" -Mr, Borden is the leader, in i which he is unafraid to defend at has one story to tell the people! time or place." -of tbe Jna'ritime provinces, where re-1 Iciprocity Js in favor, and another forj How little the-Winnipeg manufacturing towns and cities ofi "knows -of Conserrative and Quebec, another for i.hej when it uses such words as the above 'fruit-growers, still another for-the! in describing him, with reference "to I Eastern fanners, and yet another for ins tour of the nest summer. Ititfae Westerners. The agreement goes: would, indeed, be interesting: to far in localities, riot far en-', Hud hear Mr. Borden deliver verbatimjough in others, is altogether wrong: during- his tour the speeches he places and .HOC too had in others.1 made on reciprocity in Eastern the Telegram says. "Mr. Bordoii; ada. Of coarse, ne has -been wise in re-'stands before the people simply as an rraining from many public ut-'exponent of a National policy, embraoi terances on the subject outside of ihe ling the interests of the country from L. Jdouse, but these would Atlantic to the Pacific." it has' to give the Westerners a very for the public so far will, without doubt, be an enormous i impetus to the setfjijiu up ot rhis coua-j 'try. It i? up TO every city, rown and' ;district in Alberta, to get busy on this; ,'movement, and give it their hearted support, and e.iK-curagem-em. The -ji't'ort is worth while. I Good Thins for Lethbridge (Claresholm Review.) The Lethbridge Herald issued on Sal j 'urday lust its annual publicity mini-': 1 i3er. It is in different form this Iteing in hook form rather rliau ap-, i rearing; as of yore m the same make-; up as the newspaper. While it loses' its newspaper appearance, and seen! apart from the newspaper, would not.; as good advertising for the 'Herakl.! it is certainiy great stuff for the city; district. Letbbridge can pride it-] en having a publisher vrith the en-: iterprise of ilr. Buchanan, as the Board' OWNERS OF Suite 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 "They say the that was always losing-at cards threw hin> the sharks." e ahvstjf did OF AN OLD i New York Evening 'of Trade could nof have produced sucli ;wi'l all he tog-ether in Heaven." :an Essu- without great expense. The' say, the Methodist, -let usj jcity sets ihe best, and all it. costs that we shall all meet there and Ir [the modesc eaeque from each walk separate jTaper Off that their Toots Collide' jua] advertiser. The illustrations are "Ah." says the -CoTicrefiationaust.! _ fine, d bO JOX.1 'I'or Himself-is Goodies' In Line for the LO i nd the.letterpress well biassed it ib 10 ibink that we A of ,10 give The reader a good all he a band of brothers up there' A OL -us that P'e Lelhbridge and disiricr. of us with wings when we're Merely Putterinj merely in the infant ciass of develop-ling towns are not very en we ir-'s but when ive Jose "they" call it Bono- .-Jieadedness! mem esting time in listening to his what thai policy is in re-1 ations, which try to make them (sard to reciprocity. As the digestible for the people of the and hi. party just K ana_note the TO the project. And, of course, Mr. Borden will have three or four different Ufto as his own. utterances on ibe subject'cies suited to the various parts of the- 3Ae tl10lJSn" Jt- made by men but there is no policy with! of his Cabinet should the parry'be they appeal to all parts. Irish Home Rule Near rep resent-i to what obtain lenjea in the advertising- pages, bur. that! Preserve this issue and j was due to the dry year, and not to! The ebun-l rain that is Tailing spells pros- perity to the south, and should reap many fold from the spier.-! did publicity issue of the Herald. "All of us except ihe Baptists." in- I VO'H can Find Friends ro Bum when j Good Enough, you're There with Coin to Incinerate: Even when you're Doing- Tour Best iit's a Gamble whether it's Goiug to Likes It i High River Times.'T The Leihin-idge Herald is of great praise for the publicity her issued from its presses week ust a Ireland in the near future, the discussion on i-orus Dlu in the House of Commons Md naturalh. ciistrict, the significant features migllf upon "ibe parrv mercial (-.ni helping her -by every means in Hne. IKJOK paper. The illnstratioas H-r of Wales for the anicies are descriptive of -hei i-ords of lhft ire, woaderfui resources of the Lethhrirtge cora- one ot the Xntnlc way In such as coai conditions and agriciiiture. The oover design is deserving- of spec-] ;iai menu'on. It depicts a man in an I investigating conditions in) of the first matters to be discussed jjshment should he carried lavvXerhbridge, and surrounding country.j Richr.s York Sun.) counts "his in seven figures, wealth'; which M.he Liberal' nf, leaders snoke or home KuJe one ?n 10 insis-. and legislated upon after the Veto duriug the preseilt pariiament. Bill had been passed. ,'The drawing is a The Amenities j -I "Well, in spite of our doctrinal buiM- Wio. the resolwions upon which the'lng up of 7hey had had as srcar Farliameiit Biil was founded share as auy oth.'r.pprt. want' troduced, and an amendraent was Mr. in ed to exclude from their operation conclusion. "You want bills for the delegation of powers to ment. Our race is f.he same, o'-'r subordinate Parliament within the are the same. Let ,mo 3ted Kingdom and that fiirht as brothers. de- ,w-as rejected by a majority exceeding Jrermined that no man sh ul allow-1 100. At Hull, before polling began lastjed to sow dissension or troupe dis-j ejection, he emphasized whai hp had between the Welsh and Irish "e-l said at the Albert'Hall, and when (Loud j nrst addressed his constituents hej Thus the Lords face, (he delivered a speech which appeared united democracy of the London Times under the Ireland and and they "Mr. Asaujth Pleaded for Home now realize that by their oppo- Thls public cementing of the Liberal Isition to a moderate scheme of.lrgis- XatJonaJist alliance was coincident Hative reform they have but opened the with, a remarkable demonstration to a Hood n' domestic Wolyhead -in -Wales when John will mart' of mnny isond, Nationalist deader, said .privjleges and social injustices. "So you're -not really going to marry the "Why. no. I ed to. an :fins.- tbc Unitarian. "Thev'li Worth Thinking About fXew York Press.) i Adam. v.-ant. you io remem- -one j What's that? f. when I am ihe of half the world arc upon you. Tons (Dallas News.) need wc.-a.-orry over (pians? driuking days are done. Back in the times we read about they drank it by the tun. Our j PECULIAR AND PERTINENT i Sheepskin is used as a substitute for ialmost every other kind of dressed {skin. j. Amsierdam has (liree dry j-docks for repairing shins and is bund- ling a fourth. Wine Spirit Co, BRIDGE N'ev.- Yorkers should feel wealthier year than last, for their real ?s- !atc is worth more than then, according to the assess- ors' figures. H are the suits to wear -from until cold comes again, Elegant Worsteds from" Irish blue c i i imported Flannels in plain and stripe effects. In Fit-Reform's most exclusive styles, which appeal to all good dressers. McKELVIE McGUIRE, Sole Agents for Lethbridge, ;